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Arduino 101 class

Folks - 

Quick update.  This is being moved to accommodate other meetings.  It is now scheduled for 12/19.  You do not need to re-register if you were already registered for the 12/11 class.  

We'll introduce the Arduino platform - a valuable tool for electronics prototyping. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In this introductory course, we will help you with the questions below:

1.  What is Arduino?  How did it get started?  Who invented it?  Why?

2.  What are some of the interesting things that people are already doing with Arduino?

3.  Which Arduino is right for me? How can I tell?  Where can I get one? We will have them available for purchase for a nominal fee!

4.  How do I get started with sample projects? Bring your laptop (Windows, OS X, or Linux) and we will install the development tools on it with you.

5. Is there a good tutorial that I can follow?  We will provide an excellent tutorial for you to take with you.

6.  What's the first project I can do? Each class member will wire blinking lights on a prototyping board and run the software on an Arduino to make your lights blink!

If you already have an Arduino bring it!  If you already have a project (in any state), bring it! There's usually experienced people around we can point you towards.

Looking forward to seeing everyone there!

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  • Jamie B.

    Nice introduction to the Arduino! Looking forward to the Arduino 201 class sometime in 2014!

    December 19, 2013

  • Jim S.

    Hey folks! Looking forward to seeing a lot of Arduino newbies! Sign up now. The last Arduino 101 class filled up quickly!

    November 17, 2013

    • A former member
      A former member

      Jim - how long is the class?

      December 19, 2013

    • Jim S.

      Approximately 90 minutes.

      December 19, 2013

  • Jim S.

    We can always offer one after the first of the year. I am out of town until the 8th of January. I will get with my co-instructor for the last 201 class (actually, we were supposed to co-host, but I had to go out of town for work, and he got stuck doing the whole class). If he is still speaking to me (LOL) I will see about a 201 class in January!

    December 17, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Is there going to be another session of the Adruino 201 class any time soon? I took the 101 class a while ago and it was great, but now I'm looking for something a little more advanced.

    December 16, 2013

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